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i have a IBM 560X laptop w/ win98. i had just recently downloaded and installed IBM's new CardWizard. However everytime i open CardWizard i get an error that reads "CardWizard requires SSPCCRDX.VXD yo operate properly. SPCCRDX.VXD is not loaded." How might i correct this?
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If the file is there then check the BOOTLOG.TXT for load failures of this driver.
If there is a failure, make sure the file is in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM folder.
Either there or within the IOSUBSYS or VMM32 folders.
If it is not stated then add 'DEVICE=SSPCCRDX.VXD' in the SYSTEM.INI file under the 386enh section.
I don't know if it will work but "bash and hope"

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